Havana, Wednesday 24 de July de 2019 03:11 am

Combatants of Moncada Exchange in FMC Houses

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Combatants of Moncada Exchange in FMC HousesHAVANA, Cuba, Jul 16 (ACN) Participants in the attacks against the Moncada and Carlos Manuel Cespedes Military Garrisons and members of the historic Granma Yacht exchanged on Monday in Havana with the younger generation at the house of the Federation of Cuban Women.

Gilberto Garcia, who participated in the organization of the July 26 th actions and was one of the members of the Granma Yacht expedition recognized the role of women in every moment of the independence processes since 1868 to the triumph of the Revolution.

Enio Leyva, also from the Granma expedition highlighted that the active participation of women in Cuban society has been increasing and mentioned the importance of their presence in all sectors of society.

Ernesto Gonzalez, one of the participants of the Moncada attack, said that women means life and in order to have had a Revolutionary process the existence of women like Mariana Grajales, fight in the Sierra Maestra Mountains and also in the underground was essential.

He affirmed that Cuban women stand out for their beauty, love and dedication and if we could not count on them in the daily battle, the Revolution would slowly be defeated.

The exchange included the Second Secretary of the FMC, Arelys Santana and the member of the National Secretariat of the women's organization, Osmayda Hernandez.

Santana emphasized that despite any problems in the women's organization, it continues to be an important fortification of the Revolution and has allowed the achievements of rights that many women in the world lack.

She expressed that at this moment, the FMC is preparing its 10th Congress with plans in strengthening the role of the organization and women in different processes and programs of the Revolution.


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